The Dallas County Emergency Management Agency is one of many that will be monitoring weather conditions this weekend due to the threat from a tropical weather system that will likely bring several inches of rain to Alabama.
The first-ever Juneteenth federal holiday has led to celebrations scheduled throughout the weekend. But the Juneteenth celebration in Selma has changed, due to the threat of heavy rain from a tropical weather system.
Alabama News Network Chief Meteorologist Shane Butler is presenting another 3 Degree Guarantee check.
The church partners with the Montgomery Area Food Bank to distribute food to the community.
Alabama State Troopers have released the names of the two truck drivers who were killed in a crash on U.S. Highway 231 in Montgomery County Friday morning.
1/3Missing Child Daniella Lee_002 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3Missing Child Daniella Lee_003 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3Missing Child Daniella Lee Show Caption Hide Caption Authorities need help finding missing teen, Daniella Camellia Lee the 13- year-old was last seen leaving her house in Troy on June 15, and has not been seen since. The day she disappeared, Lee was wearing…
The first “Coffee and Conversation” with Montgomery city councilmen CC Calhoun and Oronde Mitchell was held Friday morning at The Coffee House. The Coffee House is located at 981 Adam’s Ave.
Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced Friday that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted May unemployment rate is 3.4%, down from April’s rate of 3.6%, and well below May 2020’s rate of 7.9%.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The state of Alabama is asking a federal court to dismiss part of the Justice Department’s lawsuit over conditions in its men’s prisons. Attorneys for the state say the federal government hasn’t specified which prisons are troubled by problems including broken locks and flooding. The state says that means it can’t properly defend itself. It’s asking…
Rainfall will be the biggest threat with this system as it looks like most of Alabama will see a soaking. Rainfall amounts for much of Alabama this weekend will be in the 3-6 inch range, with higher amounts likely, especially over the southwest counties.